The most powerful limit skill.
Cherry Blossom (桜華狂咲, Ōka Kyōshō?, lit. Cherry Luster Crazy Bloom), also known as Chaos Thrust, is a recurring ability in the series. It is commonly associated with Freya Crescent, although Cloud Strife also occasionally uses it.
Causes Non-elemental damage to all enemies.
Cherry Blossom is an ability for Freya, learned for 40 AP from the Obelisk and Kain's Lance. It costs 46 MP to use and deals non-elemental magic damage to all enemies equal to 150% of Freya's normal attack.
Cherry Blossom is an ability of the Soldier class, unique to Cloud, learned for 1,200 JP (2,500 JP in the WotL version). It has a range of 3, effect of 3, and speed of 5. Due to it having such a long Charge Time, it is very hard to utilize the ability, and thus may never see action in actual gameplay.
Two versions of Cherry Blossom exist in the game as Soul Breaks.
The first version is a Super Soul Break available to Freya from the Dragon Knight's Greatcoat (IX) relic. The ability deals three ranged physical wind-elemental attacks to all targets and causes Freya's jump attacks to land instantly for three turns. Freya's Cherry Blossom costs two bars from the Soul Break gauge to perform and can eventually be mastered once accumulating enough experience into the Dragon Knight's Greatcoat (IX) relic.
The second version is an Overstrike Soul Break available to Cloud from the Materia Blade (T) relic. The ability deals massive fire, ice, and lightning elemental damage to a single target and can break the damage cap. Cloud's Cherry Blossom costs two bars from the Soul Break gauge to perform in battle. It can eventually be mastered once accumulating enough experience into the Materia Blade (T) relic and grants a bonus to Cloud's base attack stat by 10 points.
One of Freya's cards can use Cherry Blossom. For two Lightning CP, the discard of a Freya card and Dulling Freya, Cherry Blossom deals 2000 damage to the opponent for each card the player controls with Dragoon as their name or job.
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Note: It should be noted that the kanji for "Ōka/Sakurabana" via the second kanji is written with 華 instead of 花, which somewhat changes its meaning and context.